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To the Editor,     As a recent graduate of the Groton-Dunstable School system, I am disheartened by the recent School Committee decision to outsource the district’s custodian staff. I distinctly remember in elementary school how custodial staff would greet students every morning as they exited...
Dear Editor,    With the approval of Article 5 at Town Meeting, construction funding for a new senior center, townspeople should now lend their support to completing the process by voting yes on Question 1 at Town Election on next Tuesday, May 22nd. This vote would allow any monies, which are...
Dear Editor,   We may have a solution to the Prescott House and the mural situation. Since the Prescott House and the murals contained within are historical and much beloved by the Town’s people.     Why not move the house? Let’s say to the rear of the Groton Inn Property [if there’s room]. Since...
To the Editor:   As a senior citizen I have mixed feelings about the new Senior Center. The plans look wonderful and the price reasonable. However, senior citizens are the least able to support a tax increase! I would like to point out that the out-of-building services our COA offers are...
To The Editor,   Last week, Thursday, May 3, 2018, marked a milestone for my eleven-year-old daughter, Sophie.  She and her buddy, Anna, met after class at the Middle School and -- for the first time in Sophie’s life -- walked unchaperoned downtown for some adventure.  They stopped for a drink at...
To The Editor,       The Groton Civil Discourse Project held a facilitator training last Friday and Saturday. It’s success was only realized by the following generous donations.        Blackbird Cafe, Salt & Light and Slavin In The Kitchen all donated delicious sustenance.  Lawrence Academy...
To The People of Groton,    Groton’s annual Memorial Day observance will be held on Monday May 28 and will consist of a parade with ceremonies at the Main Street Common, Old Burying Ground, Groton Cemetery, and Sawyer Common. As always the parade honors veterans of all wars, but this year’s special...
To The Editor:   Thank you for the extensive article about the Duck Pond Restoration Project, one of the Community Preservation Committee’s proposals for Spring Town Meeting.    While the article accurately summarizes the CPC application and broad community support, I would like to add a caption...
To The Editor,    For many years I have served as the local volunteer coordinator of the National Letter Carriers’ Food Drive, now in its 26th year, taking place next Saturday, May 12, working with the local postmasters within our 8-town area to help them implement this annual, national food drive...
Right, wrong or indifferent, Groton Town Meeting is the democratic process in which the registered Groton voters come together and deliberate over what they want to fund in the upcoming fiscal year and vote to appropriate those funds.     The age demographic of the attendants of Groton Town Meeting...

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